Sexual Harassment or Malpractice – An Important Distinction in Gynecology Cases?

by Savannah July 8, 2013 Health Law

People develop a special rapport with their doctors. They trust their physicians to keep intimate details about their health a secret; they also trust their doctors to view their unclothed bodies objectively and in a professional manner. When a doctor crosses the line and fails to treat a patient in a respectful and professional manner, […]

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Costly Storm Damage: Legally Bracing Your Business for Natural Disasters

by Savannah June 22, 2013 Business

Summer is the traditional season for severe weather in some areas, and severe weather is synonymous with natural disasters. However, that has not necessarily been the case in recent history. Hurricane Sandy was clearly a weather anomaly that caught many business owners by surprise, as hurricane insurance coverage is not something often considered necessary on […]

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How Are Compounded Workers Comp Cases Handled?

by Savannah June 3, 2013 Law

Workers compensation claims are normally covered by insurance carried by the employer for legal protection when an employee is injured on the job. Most compensation claims involve injuries that only result in temporary inability to work, but that is not always the case. Injured employees who are unable to work due to a long-term injury […]

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Bad Faith Tactics: How to Tell When You’re a Victim

by Savannah February 23, 2013 Business

(US law) Forms of insurance have been in existence for thousands of years, but the current model of insurance companies really just evolved within the past few hundred years. Insurance helps protect people and their assets, but it’s important to remember that insurance companies are still businesses looking to turn a profit. It’d be a […]

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Can Online Complaints Lead to Lawsuits?

by Savannah January 24, 2013 Defamation

It is important to understand the law of defamation when posting a complaint online—or anywhere else, for that matter. The standing to sue depends on the report and the operating nature of the entity that is the object of the complaint. The rules pertaining to malice for private figures are different from those for public […]

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